Granite Park Chalet
The Granite Park Chalet is a historic mountain retreat located in the heart of Glacier National Park. The chalet was built in 1914 by the Great Northern Railway as a place for visitors to stay while exploring the park's stunning wilderness. The chalet is situated at an elevation of 6,693 feet on a rocky ridge overlooking the spectacular McDonald Creek Valley. It can only be reached by hiking along one of two trails: the Highline Trail which is 7.6 miles from Logan Pass or the popular Granite Park Trail which is 8.1 miles out-and-back accessed from the "The Loop" parking area.